Professor of the Architecture Internationalization Demonstration School of Southeast University
Director, MPhil in Media Practices, Architectural Association, London
Director, Paradise Lost Research Cluster, Architectural Association, London
Deputy Director, AS Architecture Research Centre, Shanghai
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Mark Campbell is an architect and academic. His current research focuses on architecture as a marker of lost economic processes. This work has been published as Paradise Lost (AA Publications, 2016) and the forthcoming A Question Regarding Technology (Southeast University Press, 2019) and Double Standards (Lund Humphries, 2020). In 2017 he was commissioned to make a series of short documentaries on Chinese ghost developments.
Mark received his PhD and MA from Princeton University. His graduate research considered hypochondria and aestheticism in early-twentieth century architectural culture.
Since 2005 he has taught at the Architectural Association and is a Visiting Professor of Architecture at Southeast University, Nanjing. He has previously taught at Cambridge University, the Cooper Union, Princeton University and the University of Auckland University and is an editor of the Journal of Architecture (RIBA / Routledge) and former managing editor of Grey Room (MIT Press).